Broadcast Matrix LLC has been providing stream hosting, web hosting and broadcast consulting for AM and FM radio stations, broadcast networks, recording artists, college radio stations, ministries and independent content creators who use Internet radio to reach their unique markets worldwide since 2008.
As with any successful company it is all about the people.
Our consulting associates includes Jim LaMarca who managed Jones Radio Networks which was one of the largest radio syndication companies in America with over 5000 stations before it was acquired by Dial Global/Westwood One.
Walter Powers who is a specialist in broadcast automation, operations and support. He was operations director for Bonneville Broadcasting and brings decades of experience in radio operations and nationally syndicated programming.
National broadcast consultant Ken Moultrie who was program director for Broadcast Programming. Ken also was involved in the development, launch and management of several highly successful syndicated radio programs including Delilah, Lia, Alan Kabel, Bill Cody’s Classic Country Weekend and others
Broadcast Matrix utilizes the latest streaming technologies with servers spread across diverse world class data centers using multi-homed bandwidth from NTT, Level 3, AT&T, Cogent, Comcast and others.
Our customers and their listeners enjoy premium quality and dedicated bandwidth resulting in superb uptime, extraordinarily high performance and unparalleled reliability.
Broadcasters of all sizes and types use Broadcast Matrix to reach their audiences around the globe through many platforms including car radios through Apple CarPlay, Google Dash, smartphones, iOS and Android devices, internet radios, smart speakers, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple TV, Roku, Tune-In radio and thousands of other streaming devices making their content ubiquitous through the Internet of things.
If you have questions or would like to know more, don’t hesitate to call us toll free at 1-800-727-9815.
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